This client had a toilet overflow causing a serious flood in their office. It was an emergency call after hours but we have water damage restoration technicians available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Upon arrival we inspected the area, took thermal images and used a moisture meter to determine exactly where and the level of moisture. Once we assessed the water damage and determined what needed to be done we began the dry out process. We extracted as much water as possible and then set up air movers, dehumidifiers, and air scrubbers. Our skilled techs were able to get this office dried out completely within two days. If you have questions feel free to call our office at 602-362-4883.
Sacaton is a census-designated place in Pinal County, Arizona. Arizona residents know that by living in the desert most of our water use comes from outside mainly going to grass and pools. But by making some simple changes at your home you can help reduce your water footprint and your monthly water bill. Most of the time we are over watering our plants and grass. Another common mistake is placing your sprinklers too close to tree trunks. This stops the water from effectively reaching the trees roots. By moving them, you can better direct the water to where it needs to go, which will reduce what’s wasted in the soil. Another tip is to look for water leaks. If leaks are happening underground you could be wasting thousands of gallons of water and not even know it. Make sure you pay attention to your water bill. Any unusually high bills could mean a leak is happening and you should regularly examine your yard for unexpected wetness. If you have a pool at your home you should watch your pool levels. If the level is often too high, this could mean that your auto-fill valve is broken. This can waste between five thousand to a hundred thousand gallons of water a month. If you are experiencing the opposite and your pool level is too low that could mean you have a leak somewhere.